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1968 Ford Mustang Overview
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In 1968, the angles on the Mustang got softer, but the overall package just got tougher. Other than more powerful engines such as the 428-cubic-inch Cobra Jet V8 in the appropriately named 428 CJ, changes from the 1967 model were few. However, these 335-plus-horsepower engines certainly made a large difference for the Mustang connoisseur.
The 1968 Mustang included a Shelby model and a GT in addition to the base package and 428. The "KR" in the GT500KR stood for "King of the Road," a title the Shelby Mustang arguably holds to this day.
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Ford Mustang Questions
Speedometer Cable Help For A 68 Mustang
I just recently bought a 68 Mustang from a guy when replaced the engine with a 91 mustang 302 engine.. Everything runs great but the speedometer isn't hooked up and I have been looking online and ca...
Hi Guys. Can Someone Share A Step-by-step Guide To Replace My 1968 Mustang ...
My charging system is not working properly. The alternator is the culprit. I need a step- by-step guide to replace it myself. I will buy a new one that is identical to the original one.
1968 Mustang Temp Gauge
Hi experts. Now I am puzzled with my temp gauge. It was stuck to the cold side for a long time. I decided to test it out by unpluging the temp sensing unit at the engine. I connected the lead to...
One more for the classic Mustang experts. I just found out this unplugged connector in the far right side corner of the engine bay. I would not like to reconnect it before knowing what is it for. ...
Is Anybody Putting 4.6l In A 68
got pony car for wedding present i want to put in a 4.6 questions are enough room w/o major mods ,motor mounts ,X-member ect...